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:00, san jose's catholic diocese has replaced a pastor. the bishop announced today, that father lou vu has stepped down. and reverend patrick brown will take his place. father vu was criticized for allowing a convicted sex offender to work as a volunteer. >>> a shooting in san jose today sent a teenager to the hospital. it happened about 3:00 this afternoon on mcloughlin avenue near summer side drive. officers found a 16, or 17-year- old victim with at least one gunshot wound. he was taken to the hospital. officers say he is expected to survive. there is no word tonight of any arrests. police say the shooting could be gang related. >>> in eight minutes, a college student gunned down amid violence that also injured a police officer. the rewards now offered in a search for a suspect who is still on the run. >>> the san francisco 49ers made a big statement tonight defeating the well regarded chicago bears 32-7 in a monday night showdown at candlestick park. the old ballpark also shown brightly. >> reporter: no doubt wanted to avoid that embarrassment they suffered during the monday night game
>>> san jose police searching this morning for one of two men wanted in connection with the violent crime wave of this city. how an innocent man ended up being killed. >>> new video of a crisis spinning out of control in the middle east. israel says it is ready to take the conflict to the next level if the peace talks fail. >>> also, the feds may be just weeks away from taking over the oakland police department who is now involved in the blame game. >> reporter: thanksgiving is almost here but some charities still don't have enough for needy families. we're live in san jose to explain what is still needed. >>> well, good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm dave clark. >> good morning. i'm i'm tori -- i'm tori campbell. >>> a man is wanted in connection with a violent crime spree that led to an officer- involved shooting. alex savidge is thrive san jose where a memorial has been set up for a man caught in the middle of the violence. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning. san jose police say while these two criminals were on the run, they tried to carjack a man here outsi
with police. one suspect was arrested, another still on the loose. cbs 5 reporter anne makovec is in san jose with the latest. >> reporter: the city is reeling from this crime, actually spanning several crime scenes. one of them behind me broken glass from the shootout with police in this intersection. the police officer who was shot is okay. but a gunman is still on the loose. >> our primary focus is getting the second guy in custody. >> reporter: after a chase by car and on foot this is how it ended for one of two men accused of shooting a police officer in san jose last night hiding in a neighborhood that spent two hours on lockdown. >> you know, it was crazy and it was scary. it was scary. >> reporter: police say the men went on an armed robbery spree yesterday hitting up businesses and people at gunpoint in all four of these locations. police are also looking into the possibility that the two were involved in a murder. >> very violent suspects. they were both armed with firearms. and we had a pretty good idea of what the vehicle looked like. >> reporter: police spotted it on highway 101
're here to specifically enlist the community's help. >> san jose police need you -- need you to help get a dangerous man off the streets. good afternoon. i'm tori campbell san jose police have a manhunt underway for a violent criminal suspected of killing an innocent man and opening fire on police officers. alex savidge has new information this noontime. shows us the new sketch just released and the increase reward being offered. >> reporter: san jose police are searching for the man depicted in this newly-released sketch, wanted in connection with the violent crime wave across the city. investigators say he and his accomplice, jonathan wilbanks, shot it out with officers friday night. willbanks was arrested but his partner got away. >> we're very concerned which is why we're here enlisting the public's help in getting the suspect in custody, why we've been working around the clock. police have not been able to identify this man who may or may not be in san jose. this morning, the mayor announced his office is doubling the reward money in this case. there's now $20,000 being offered. >>
>> the friends of the victim of flowers and condolences on the sidewalks of the 711. >> san jose, rob fladeboe come >> the oakland police officers to the union is criticizing the department's leadership that, as a judge gets ready to decide weather to hand over control of the force to federal this is from may 2003 misconduct settlement. when a rookie officer accused four veteran officers, known as " the writer's " of beating suspects, planting drugs, and making unjustified arrests. >> not to adjust to the police department accountability needs to be objective for the entire system. we're talking about elected officials on down to this is a nine or 10 year old process to get compliance. and to think that any police officer, or the ran rank of a police officer is really misguided. nobody has said that but certainly that is the implication what we did not want to do was leave those allegations, suggestions and non-answered. it is our his answer and responsibility to stand up for the honor, the integrity that work in the most difficult city in america. they're understaffed. there out demand. they'
the new reward to catch a suspect in a violent san jose crime spree. >>> bombs shake gaza awake in one of the deadliest days yet. how world leaders are rushing to reach a truce. >> plenty of clouds in the skies. will we see rain? we'll talk about that coming up. >> things busy 101 through san jose. here's a live look. plus we have new accidents coming in from the chp. we'll tell you about it coming up. >> thank you, liz. good morning, everyone. it is monday, november 19. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time is 6:00. a manhunt is on for one of two suspects in a violent rampage through san jose. this morning, a reward is being offered to help find him. cbs 5 reporter elissa harrington is in san jose where in a few hours police will hold a press conference. >> reporter: behind me the small memorial for a 22-year- old man shot and killed during an attempted carjacking on friday night. he was sitting inside the vehicle in the 7-eleven parking lot on south kylie boulevard when he was approached by two men who were in the middle of a violent crime spree. here's one of thos
't think that happens in this neighborhood. >> reporter: this is san jose's 41st homicide of the year, the highest murder count in 15 years. police admit budget cuts are impacting the crime rate. >> i think if we have more resources available at the time, we certainly could have addressed it in a more timely manner, yeah, absolutely. >> reporter: now investigators are doing their best to find out how a woman ended up dead in this south san jose home. police are not saying whether or not they found a weapon. and they are also not saying tonight how the woman died. investigators say they plan to be out here for the next four or five hours continuing to search for evidence. reporting live in south san jose, marianne favro, nbc bay area news. >> thanks, marianne. >>> police are investigating several incidents around san jose where people stole cars, then smashed them into garages. this may be the latest incident at this san jose home. it happened just after 5:00 this morning. no one was hurt. the fire department was called out to shut off the gas as a precaution. the people in the car fle
in sunnyvale marianne favro, nbc bay area news. >>> more san jose police officers are resigning fed up with lower wages and benefits. in the last two weeks alone, eight more officers announced they are leaving the department. nbc bay's damian trujillo joins us from headquarters. not long ago, this was among the best departments in the country. where is it going from here? >> reporter: morale asinking here and it's been difficult. it remains a strong department but getting more and more difficult by the moment. the chief sent this memo to city hall, alerting them that the number of officers he has available to suit up has dropped to less than 1,000. that number alarming to those victims of crime and to those still here on the force. the robbers haven't been back to the west coast wheels and tire shop in san jose but left an impression with one of the workers tied with duct tape and held at gun point while they em tied the cash register. >> i think about it all the time. >> reporter: police haven't caught the bad guys, with fewer investigators they may never. for the first time in a long
. >> thank you. >>> families in san jose are shocked to find out about a registered sex offender who was volunteering at their school. >> cbs 5 reporter cate caugiran explains the twist that may have allowed him to be on campus. >> i put my daughter in this school expecting her to be protected. >> reporter: parents at saint francis cabrini are outraged that a sex offender was at a school event a month ago for the first time. in early october this man 51- year-old mark gurries was volunteering it the elementary festival when someone recognized him as a sex offender and told sheriff's deputies. he told the sheriff's office he had legal permission to be there in the form of a letter from a church official. >> i can't believe he was allowed on campus. >> reporter: that's the question. who signed this so-called form and is it legitimate? >> we want to make sure that the person who signed it exists and give mr.guris permission to be on school ground. >> reporter: parents are still waiting for answers. deputies say gurries has been cooperative. >> we're waiting confirmation by church offici
of any injuries. >>> a man suspected of murdering his wife in san jose was found dead late this afternoon. the body of 50-year-old troy nosenzo was found in his car in the county. police believe he committed suicide by overdosing on sleeping pills. they had been searching for him since his wife, patricia was found dead in their home early yesterday morning. >>> meantime, san jose residents are hoping a wave of burglaries will finally come to an end after a handful of arrests. a cbs 5 reporter patrick sedillo shows us police had some help in ending the crime wave. >> we have made phone calls about the suspicious behavior. >> reporter: the san jose police department has some new help that has always been there. neighborhood groups that are forming and informing the police on the bad guys. >> hopefully when we talk about partnering with the community, we're talking about a philosophy that law enforcement has embraced called community policing. >> reporter: it's paying off. recently sjpd arrested seven suspects on suspicion of burglary. working with residents of san jose. >> it has never been
battles in recent history. the seat for one san jose city council district, which also became the most expensive in that race's history. san jose voters also approved an increase in the minimum wage. stephanie trong is live at san jose city hall with the wrap-up. >> reporter: the mayor got who he wanted in the two races for city council, rose herrera retaining her district 8 seat, and johnny khamis taking district 10. what that means is no power shift. the vote breakdown will remain the same. so as will for the government employee unions, but they did pull out a win in the passing of measure d. here at fourth street pizza in downtown san jose, the minimum wage increase from $8 to $10 will likely be paid for by you the customer. >> everybody is going to be paying more for food, for, you know, prices are going to jump. you got other cities like santa clara, campbell, the minimum wage there is still $8. it's kind of unfair advantage for them. >> i hate that thought of somebody losing their job, especially a minimum wage job that is really important to their families. but the voters get th
problem. a shortage of police officers. facing lower wages and cut benefits, more officers in san jose are resigning. there are new less than 1,000 officers in that department available for full duty. and only 70% of those are out on the street. cbs 5 reporter kid doe says there is a silver lining. >> reporter: he caught a burglar red-handed in his bedroom. >> surprising. you don't expect somebody in your home that doesn't belong there. >> reporter: he used to be the neighborhood watch vice president and says there have been about 10 break-ins in the past six months. >> we're a very large city with a very small force. when things go wrong, we need officers there to support us and be the law. >> reporter: san jose police have written a special memo to the city. >> the numbers are not good. and they are not going to be good for some time. >> reporter: they went from a high of 1 four 20 officers to 194 today -- 1,094 today. minus detective, the port staff, and administration, you're left with just 583 officers for patrol. >> there is no wiggle room. any time you move personnel out of here
, after police say two classmates repeatedly stabbed him at his family's south san jose home. his family hopes -- holds a candlelight vigil every year to spread the message stand up and use your voice against bullying. they year they're waiting for justice. >> not here physically with us. he'll always be a part of our family. >> it is three years later, but there's still a family here. and we will always remember michael. we are going to stay here and fight for justice. >> reporter: the family is awaiting the teens, jay williams and randy thompson, to be brought to trial. thompson who was 16 and williams who was 15 at the time of the killing are both being charged as adults. their next court appearance on s on november 26. since their preliminary hearing in october of 2010, there have been a number of continuances that have delayed this trial. live in san jose tonight, kimberly tere, nbc bay area news. >> thank you. >>> we have new information tonight in the search for a killer in the south bay, as well. police in san jose say they found the body of 50-year-old troy navenzo this afternoo
>>> it is happening in san jose where a gun fight broke out between police and a suspected it robber. one officer was hit by a bullet. good evening. i'm carolyn johnson. >> i'm dan ashley. an armed robbery turned into a chase and then a shootout. alan wang is live at the scene with the latest on this breaking news tonight. alan? >> reporter: dan and carolyn, this is just one of the intersections shutdown in east san jose to night. we are told that police -- there was an armed robbery around 9:30 and police chased them to this spot, this area where they shot it out with them. we are told one of the officers was wounded, but we don't mow his condition at this time. across the street you can see them looking for evidence over there. the gun fight happened right in front of the best western right in front of highway 101. i spoke to the desk clerk and this is what she had to say. >> i told them, wow, that's gunshots. she was like, no, it couldn't have been. but then we heard the sirens and that's when we knew there were gunshots. >> and that guest had just checked in. he said he
area. couldn't do it without the help of volunteers such as the students from branham high in san jose. [ crickets chirping ] [ traffic passing ] ♪ [ music box: lullaby ] [ man on tv, indistinct ] ♪ [ lullaby continues ] [ baby coos ] [ man announcing ] millions are still exposed to the dangers... of secondhand smoke... and some of them can't do anything about it. ♪ [ continues ] [ gasping ] >>> there is no let-up in air assaults in gaza. 160 rockets were launched into israel. two aimed at tel aviv. in return, israel carried out 300 air strikes in the gaza strip. one hit the prime minister headquarters and another a police compound. 46 palestinians and three israelis have been killed since fighting began wednesday. >>> here at home, pressure on to avoid the fiscal cliff. which would raise taxes on the majority of americans and cut spending across the board starting january 1. republicans who hatch been against tax hikes say they're now willing to talk about increasing revenue, democrats, oppose cuts to programs such as social security, are recognizing they'll have to give a lit t
at san jose state has raised the city's minimum wage now. measure d passed last night with 59% of the vote but not everyone is happy about it. cbs 5 reporter elissa harrington shows us the impact there on business. >> reporter: anyone who has worked for minimum wage knows it can be rough especially living in a city where the average cost of a one-bedroom apartment is around $1,700 a month. >> didn't pay my bills and it took me away from solving my other problems. i was going around like a hamster in a circle. >> reporter: so san jose residents voted in favor of measure d, raising minimum wage here from $8 an hour to 10. but workers like johnnie garcia at peanuts deluxe cafe across from san jose state university -- >> it will make a difference in my life. i'll have more money for me to help myself with the rent or other bills. >> reporter: but for the owners -- >> very tough for small businesspeople. >> reporter: peanuts has been a college area staple for 30 years run by this man and his wife. chang says the extra $2 an hour now means less hours for employees and longer days
. >>> we begin with the story of a female body found at a home in san jose. it's a developing story with police still at the scene after getting a 911 call. ktvu's janine de la vega is at the home in south san jose to explain why police suspect this was a homicide. janine? >> reporter: well, tori, police tell us that the woman's body was found face down and she was lying on the floor. the coroner's on the scene right now. at this point, officer are the waiting to get a warrant to search inside this home. authorities received a 911 hangup call and when officers arrived, they heard dogs barking. they called animal control to help. when police finally entered the home, that's when they found the woman's body. while a weapon has not been found, police have reason to believe that she was killed. detectives have been going door to door to see if anyone heard anything. it's unknown who made the 911 call but officers say it did come from the home where the body was found. >> we attempted to call back to confirm there was a prob or determine if there was a problem occur -- problem or determi
are still struggling and we're seeing and feeling the effects every day. police officers in san jose, for instance, are resigning instead of putting up with lower wages and lower benefits. there are now less than 1,000 police officers available for full duty, and only 70% of those are out in the street. it's bad. kiet do says there may be a silver lining. >> reporter: clark has a front- row seat to san jose's rising crime rate, when he caught a burglar red-handed in his bedroom. >> you don't expect somebody in your home that doesn't belong there. >> reporter: he used to be the neighborhood watch vice president. he says there have been about ten break-ins in the area in the past six months. he said with fewer cops on the streets, prowlers are getting bold. >> when things go wrong, we need officers there to support us. >> reporter: san jose police have written a special memo to the city about the police shortage. >> the numbers are not good. >> reporter: over the past decade, sjpd went from a high of 1,420 officers to 1024 today. it now drops down to 978. minus detectives, support staf
from europe. >>> the city of san jose is raising its minimum wage before the level set by the state. live at san jose state, and tells us the vote could be the start of a whole new trend. >> reporter: frank, if you work in san jose and make minimum wage, you're getting a raise. you just have to look across the street to find a business affected. at grande restaurante, it will soon cost more dough for these employees that make dough. >> increased prices reduces sales. it's kind of hard right now. >> reporter: increasing the minimum wage from $8 an hour to $10 an hour. >> it means that i will be able to go off of food stamps, which i'm currently on, and i won't have to pick and choose between which bills i have to pay. >> it adds up over time. >> reporter: you can see by green on this map, the strongest support came from the downtown, northern, and eastern portions of san jose. >> it's obvious the voters of san jose really voted with their hearts, not their minds. >> reporter: starting next year, san francisco's rate will go up to $10.55 an hour. albuquerque, new mexico's wage will ri
the rain moving into san jose right now. the san francisco commute. we are seeing shower activity south towards san jose. it is light right now. half moon bay, showers up there as well. this scattered showers activity, this area, this area, west side of san jose swings through the bay area. more untable weather. cool air. -- unstable weather. cool air. expecting snow level down to 3500 feet. it is a cold one and not going away. i will have more details in a few minutes. >> coming up, we will take you up to the sierra where it is snowing right now. one news crew says they got stuck today because of the snow. we will hear from them in 9 minutes. >>> student protest wrapped up at university of california at berkeley today. they want tuition cut now that prop 30 passed. ktvu's sal castaneda is live with how today's action is a far cry from what happened a year ago. >> reporter: for one thing the protesters have left, although these are a lot of students walking by, walk ugway from -- walking away from class. they say they were protesting to make higher education affordable to all. >> report
into san jose very quickly and true to form, here we are, back independent almost all the way up to 101. i want to put it on the map to show -- to show you what's going on. this is the problem we're talking about. northbound 280 and the slow traffic we just showed you. also, 87 has been slow because of an earlier crash, not only in the south bay do we have slow traffic. it's slowing on 880 southbound from 288 from fremont. and interstate 680 from concord to walnut creek and also slow on highway 4. we had an accident on the bridge. but that's gone. it's backed up for about 20, 30 minutes. >>> let's go to mark tamayo. just beautiful out there this morning. we have cloud cover, breaks in the clouds. no rainfall but that will be changing. it has been an exciting week forecast-wise. we started off with the weather pattern transitioning quickly. right now, some rain and snowshowers out toward the sierra. this is what we're watching out to the north. rain band out towards cape mendocino. still a -- still a bit of a breeze out there, winds coming in from 15 to 16 miles hour. current numbers, reall
brutality. and if least trying to take flight flut ug.. >> this san jose murders suspect found gdead on an apparent suicide. tonight kron4's phillipe djegal talk to the people lived next door to the woman found dead in her home. and the husband police say killed her. >> this man was found dead in his truck just after 1:00 p.m. police believe that he took his own life by overdosing on the sleeping pills. >> i was shocked it is very tragic. we left our condolences and our families in need. >> police say the white became the 41st homicide friday morning. his-wife became the 41st homicide. it was on the 6700 block of evangaline but the 911 call to not say a word. her husband had already left the house. papers say that they kept to themselves and the only kept to themselves. it favors say if they kept to themselves. >> to see this happen so closely it is terrible. our hearts and prayers go out to them. >> a protest against police for kelly takes over the streets of oakland to jeff pierce tells us about the crowd. oakland police- brutality. >> no justice! no peace. among hundreds of people
. in san jose, voters improve an increase in the minimum wage. >> dan: the moraga school district is back-pedaling tonight. a u.c. swim coach is suing the district for covering up her claims of sexual abuse several years ago by two teachers. they say her own carelessness or negligence may have played a role in what happened. she said she is outraged by the district's defense and today they issued a statement apologizing to her for any xiety or distress it caused and directed its attorney to withdraw that line of defense in the case. >>> we're back to the election for a few moments. voters torched the parcel tax in contra costa that was measure "q". that means fire stations will be closed. county will also scale back responses to low priority calls. >>> tens of thousands of workers in san jose will soon be getting a pay raise thanks to proposition "d". it passed with 59% of the vote. it will raise the minimum wage in the city to ten dollars from $8. workers have some san jose students to thank for their new pay raise. >> san jose becomes only the second city in the state to set the own min
>>> good morning. i'm bob redell. live here in san jose with new information on the man arrested for having a pipe bomb. the latest from police headquarters coming up. >>> and it's time to get out those umbrellas. yeah, that's right. the rain moving in. christina loren will be along to let us know how wet the bay area will get and how long it should last. >>> also, from the election to the fiscal cliff, the president jumping right back into the deep end trying to get a bipartisan deal done before january. we'll tell you where things stand this morning. the news at 11:00 starts now. >>> good morning and thanks for being with us. i'm marla tellez. >> and i'm jon kelley. good morning, everybody. at this hour right now, dark clouds hovering all around the bay area and that rain starting to come down in what's been nothing short of a roller coaster weather this week. started out with record temperatures, then down to some 30 degrees lower and then some rain. >> it's hard to believe it's all in the same week, just two days ago, 92 degrees in gilroy. now talking about 50s and a lot of r
as acting director. >>pam: this stunning discovery san jose police are investigating the apparent murder of a woman whose body was found in ourselves side home early this morning. this appears to the 41st homicide in the year in the san jose. rob fladeboe. >>pam: rob fladeboe has more. >> we are told by neighbors that this was a married couple. they possibly live within the residence. perhaps there were rental tenants and other family members. >> the victim is being described of the as a young woman she was found inside the front door of a home here on evangeline drive in south san jose nabors hit a couple that live here had not been getting along but police could not confirm weather domestic violence is suspected or weather others a particular person of interest. they heard silence as the 911 phone call came in. >> 6:53 we saw the front door unlocked and when they try to make entrance the dogs were protected. >> police discovered the victim inside the front door of the home her body being guarded by a pair of dogs officers were responding although not right away as a result of other pri
was volunteering at a church affiliated school and san jose. he was helping out at san francisco elementary last month. as rob fladeboe reports he was not a arrested because he was there with the permission of church officials. >> it was during a widely attended festival at st. frances cabrini last month an unincorporated san jose were somebody recognized mark gurries is a registered sex offender and notified the sheriff's deputy working as security detail. when asked to leave, he said that the deputy had permission to be there in form of a letter from the san jose diocese. >> with probation. >> although she did not say why a spokesperson for the san jose diocese confirmed the portion was given but in the statement said that such permission is not consistently with diocese policies and that he is no longer volunteering at the school. many parents are angry about what happened. >> i could not on the diocese of that we're supposed to be fingerprinted and everything to take our kids for the field trips and everything. and if we are chaperones or not. >> he was convicted of molesting a young relativ
, no you don't! take a step forward and chase what matters. san jose has ended in a shootout. police have established a comm >>> and we have breaking news. a police chase in san jose has ended in a shoot-out. police have established a command post on daytona drive. this all started when officers spotted a car wanted in several robberies. it turned into a chase that ended with the suspects firing at the officers in east san jose. one officer was slightly injured. he was hit by either gunfire or flying glass. the suspects are still on the loose and police are still looking for them. we'll keep you posted. >>> they're calling it the bust of a lifetime, but a bay area police officer had to ditch his wife at her own birthday dinner to make it. the oakland police officer, ernesto leyva, was off duty last night, having dinner with his wife at ruth's chris steak house in san francisco. and that's when he spotted one of oakland's most wanted, 20- year-old ronnie flenaugh, a notorious gangster wanted for murder, shootings, robberies, and all sorts of other things. >> what drew the attention to the
, simply. keurig. . >>> and, in san jose with our sports report here's dennis. >> okay. that was donovan who just walked out. trying to grab him here. an emotional night as san jose earthquakes, if they won or would have tied, would have moved on to the conference final. let's roll the highlights and show you what happened. frustration and yellow cards told the story of how san jose's night went. 21st minute of play, the galaxy drives first, uncontested, one goal to put the galaxy up 1-0. not done there. 13 minutes later, donovan penetrates, patient, taps in for the easy goal, 2 goals for keen. two somersaults for keen. and then donovan to the middle, mcgee one timer into the back of the net. 3-0 at that point. galaxy. the quakes did add a goal in the second half. 3-1. they got to to 3-2. it would have been gone to overtime but a great season comes to answered tonight as the hands of the galaxy. the warriors also won tonight against cleveland, but guys, disappointing end because san jose went down to l.a., beat the galaxy in front of 27,000 and tonight for the season to come to an end a
but to open fire killing 22-year-old corporal allen of san jose early saturday morning. lillian is in the newsroom with latest on the story. >> allen was stationed in twentynine palms about an hour away from palm springs where he and his friends went out friday night. evening took a tragic turn. during 4 years with the marine corporal allen was sent over seas including a deployment to afghanistan. which is why his sudden death over the weekend makes it so hard to process for those who knew him. corral lives across the street in san jose. he served his country and then he comes him and gets shot over here. very unfortunate. >>reporter: he was shot and killed by palm springs police in a parking garage early saturday morning. police say he and his friend began yelling derogatory xhentsd to 2 officers on bike patrol. the of the zeros instructed him to turn off the car but he refused which prompted one of the officers to claim through his passenger side window. police say that's when he began stepping on the gas. >> suspect accelerated directly towards the second officer str
times following petraeus career. holly raised 2 children. >>> san jose police identified a suspect in the murder of woman in san jose. here is troy police say listed on records as one of the residents of the house along with his wife but police not identified the victim yet. victim found on the 6100 block of advantage drive. police are searching for him and question about his how long it took police to get to that body. about corrina has the explanation. >>reporter: at 5:58 this morning there was a 911 hangup call from this home on this drive. communication center tried to call back but there was no answer. officers in the field had their hands full with other higher priorities calls. >> they were responding to rash of auto thefts that were in progress where the vehicles couple vehicle had been crashed into other vehicle so they had to respond to make sure that nobody was hurt in those accidents. >>reporter: when there was a shift change and more officers available san jose police went to the home directly to follow-up. it was an hour and 15 minutes after the initial hangu
to the cold. reporting live here in san jose, amber lee, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> from amber we turn now to ktvu chief meteorologist bill martin on just how low the temperatures will fall tonight. bill. >> it's going to be one of the coolest nights we've seen in a while. we know that because look at the current temperatures. in santa rosa it's 38 degrees. that's 6 degrees above freezing. check out napa, they're at 42 degrees. fairfield we're 42. in san jose right now we're at 40 degrees. tomorrow morning overnight lows check it out. 32 up in santa rosa. freezing there. napa 32 as well. we will see frost in many bay area inland valleys and there will be freezing temperatures in the coolest low lying areas. one of the coolest nights we've seen in a while. cooler night as we head into sunday morning. we'll have all the details on that. all of the forecasts for the weekend coming up we'll see you in a few minutes. >> early today people in the east bay hills woke up to the sound of this. falling hail. this is what it looked like near highway 18 and olaga avenue. the pea sized hail resembling
and dozens of people who waited knight in san jose. we'll tell you what they are trying to get for their children. >>> a bay area company embroiled in a scandal involving navy s.e.a.l. team six, government secrets and video games. "mornings on 2" begins right now. >>> well, good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm dave clark. >> good morning. i'm tori campbell. it's friday, november 9th. >>> we're on -- stormwatch this friday morning. the loud sound of hail, thunder and lightning may have caused you some sleep early this morning. our ktvu news crew took the pictures of the marble-sized hail falling in the east bay, something you would expect to see driving up to tahoe. our photographer took this on 880 in milpitas a few hours ago and there's slick highways everywhere you look in the bay area. so you should be especially careful heading to work. >>> the chp spent hours cleaning up a traffic mess. on 880 in fremont. it was a bad crash that sent one man to the hospital with severe injuries. tara moriarty is in fremont where things are getting better out there. it was pretty b
possible child abuse by a teacher. matt keller is live now in san jose to explain how one juror felt the responsibility went beyond just the principal. matt? >> reporter: we've been covering this story for months, today, the trial ended inside this courthouse with a guilty verdict. stood and listened as a guilty verdict was read for failing 30 report possible child abuse. eventually, she sat down and wiped tears from her eyes. >> we needed to be able to send a message that their obligation is to report, not to investigate. >> reporter: prosecutors say a student in east san jose went with her mother to the then principal to report suspicious activity about craig chandler. they say instead of going to the police, the principal spoke with district officials in chanldz letter about the vexes -- chandler about the investigation. chandler was arrested in january and going to charge for sexually abusing five students, including one after the report. she was immediately sentenced to two years of court probation. about $600 in fines, and about 100 hours of community service. the jurors said t
? this graft charts average gas price ins san francisco oakland san jose over the past 6 mont months. the big spike near the end is where they rose to record highs. 7 news reporter heather has the story. >> california energy commission says 2012 has been a record year for the number and severity of gasoline price spike. today state senator leno went searching for answers why. to ask if the state can do more to protect consumers. it is certainly not the first hearing of its kind but first time we have heard this. >> we seem to have some information from the air quality district that in fact there was ongoing production at a time when they say they were shut down. >>reporter: oregon base consultant says his pain-staking analysis of environmental emission data suggest that in may shell martinez plant was making gasoline for at least one of the two weeks it claimed to have been shut down. chevron richmond refinery was to be shut down for would weeks in may but he says emission data show it never shut down. but even with those shut downs real or fabricated and the richmond fire in august, he
using tracking dog to comb the streets of san jose neighborhood where 7-year-old isaac nash here he is. isaac has asthma and doesn't always carry hisen hailer. now he is four feet tall. 125 pounds. he was wearing a school uniform with a white polo shirt an blue pants and wearing a gray backpack at the time. he was last seen at 2:00 p.m. at the playground at grant elementary school that's at north tenth street near japan town. search continues now for young isaac nash. seven years old. missing without his inhaler and he has asthma. >> well now to new information about a security scare at oakland international airport. transportation security administration thought an artist water carrying material to make a bomb and tonight that man is talking about what happened. vick lee has the story. >>reporter: this is what it looks like. jeffrey's lawyer says it's a piece of art that his client designed. >> jeff has created dozens of them. given them to friend. business associates. nieces. nephew. >>reporter: if art is truly in the eye of the beholder the tsa and the sheriffs bomb squ
was stabbed to death with a samurai sword in san jose has finally been identified. the justice department says the victim is 70-year-old joan ann hughes of new york. she was well known in the west san carlos street neighborhood of san jose. a memorial was set up there in her honor after she was murdered back in august. sketches of her you just saw were released, but it took three months before authorities got a positive i.d. hughes moved to california years ago but became estranged from her family on the east coast. >>> an update now to a story we first brought you last night at 11:00. a man is in jail tonight after a dui stop turned explosive in san jose. this is amateur video of the scene next to that new casino matrix. police say they pulled over 35-year-old james mcgill on north 1st street near 101. while searching his car they found a live pipe bomb. officers then called in the bomb squad, who safely destroyed it. >>> six members of the secretive counterterrorism unit known as s.e.a.l. team 6 are in trouble for helping a redwood city-based video game company. electronic arts paid the s.e.
until you reach downtown san jose. i keep getting tweets from one of my twitter followers who is in london, talking about this situation on united airlines. the united airlines computer system apparently has crashed, causing major delays at, for united airlines flights worldwide. this person we'lled me from london. -- tweeted me from london. they said they are going to disarm the during of the plane so people can get out. stay with ktvu, we will have more on this coming up. late go to steve. >>> -- let's go to steve. >>> great sunrise photos coming on twitter. sp weather, cassie just sent me a nice picture. we do have a lot of high clouds streaming in. look at the difference in the temperatures. 53 degrees santa rosa, san francisco, 41, livermore, that's cold readings, and there's mild readings, sunny in the mornings, and clouds increase. 60s on the temperatures, we'll have more on the rain coming up. >>> a warning about a very popular energy drink. the concerns that it could be linked to more than a dozen deaths. >> police are trying to catch an arsonist, we'll tell you about
in san jose. people in need are camping out at san jose food pantry. tomorrow sacred heart community services giving away thousands of food boxes for the holiday. lillian is at sacred heart where the line continues to grow. lillian? >>reporter: it's chilly out here but that's not stopping dozens of people from camping out. this is the front of the lichbility it started forming at 9:00 a.m. it's grown quite a bit since then and no doubt go around the corner during the overnight hours. they are sleeping in the cold. some are even waiting in line with their small children. this couple came prepared. >> blankets. and food t.kids and food and tent. >>reporter: this is what they are waiting for. food for the holidays. starting friday morning people in need will be able to reserve a box for thanksgiving and another one for christmas. family will also be able to seen up for to toys for the little ones. sake receipt heart community service anticipates giving away over 7000 food box and over 16,000 toys. >> some of them have part-time jobs where they used to have full-time jobs.
for the gallon of regular. it will cost to $3.91. oakland, $3.71. and $3.74 in san jose. >> the robberies have been using cellphones out in plain view. these victims are not aware of who or what is around them. and all of these crimes they will touch grabbed the phone and as reggie kumar tells us they are still looking for two suspects had violently attacked an elderly man for his phone last month. >> this is surveillance video of the two robberies that the san francisco police believe insulted an elderly man on october 24th. these latin hispanic white males a 20-24 years old, 5 ft. 10 in., 160 lbs.. suspect was wearing a black baggy t-shirt with the word " giants " on the front, with denim jeans, and an orange baseball cap. the second suspect was wearing an olive green shirt. gray jeans, and a white nike strike. a black baseball cap with a logo. >> that suspect was punched and kicked by those two men. they grabbed his cellphone and ran. many cellphones users know about this deft and the city but the crime is not preventing them from still using their phone and public. >> i am not particularly
in trading -- with italy's s f o. scott i can tell you that oakland and san jose are not experiencing any delays. however, at s f o it is quiet. but earlier, as the airport travelers were seeing plenty of canceled flights. it is the heart of the travel season at s f o and for some it has been a breeze. >> it is been excellent, going well and things are cool. >> according to aaa 1.2 million travelers are expected to go to the airport this holiday. that is up by 3%. however, to combine those with weather issues, that has put their holiday plans in jeopardy. >> we tolwere told that-it was going to be canceled and it might not be for another couple of days. >> at least two hours to portland, nebraska. >> with at least one hour to nebraska. >> now, we are getting moved from blind to blind. >> 60 minutes-90 minutes with the contained to east coast flights. travelers, despite are able to get home. >> home, family for thanksgiving. >> get to see the family and to spend a tiny. the traditional thanksgiving. the deal. >> if you are a traditional thanksgiving plans to take you through san francisco
the first strike within the 77-year-old company. >>> a san jose family looking for answers after their loved one was shot and killed by palm springs police. he was a young marine and he was just back home from afghanistan. nbc bay area's jean elly has more. >> reporter: the american flag stands in front of the home today. the family is driving to palm strings to learn why the police shot and killed the marine. it happened in a downtown parking garage. police on bikes went to check out loud voices inside the lot. officers say they recognized the marine and his friend from an earlier run in with them, a drunken public incident. they ordered him to stop his car and when he drove off with one officer hanging out of the passenger side window and hit another officer, he fired. >> they made the statements from the officers involved and the evidence at the scene. we will have a better determination of what occurred and what led them to use their weapons. >> reporter: his friend was not hurt. police say they found a stolen phone and atm card in the car. he recently returned from a tour in afghanistan
for san jose. livermore, 8 degrees below average. 60 for palo alto and cupertino, 60 for heyward. dublin, 60. right around 59 or 60 degrees for alameda, san francisco. we're chilly and showery for the next three days. sunday will be pleasant. mid 60s. back to the upper 60s by next monday and next tuesday. that is your cbs 5 forecast. >> we've got live soccer down here in santa clara. the winner goes on, the loser's season is over. ,,,,,, [ female announcer ] welcome, one and all, to a tastier festive feast. so much to sip and savor. a feeding frenzy, to say the least. a turkey from safeway will have everyone raving. there's fresh, natural, frozen, whatever your craving. spend $25, and get a frozen safeway turkey for 59 cents a pound. or spend $25, and a frozen butterball turkey, just 99 cents a pound. so raise your glass, pull up a chair, grab a plate. this tastier thanksgiving is well worth the wait. santa clara >> here's dennis with the sports report tonight at buck shaw stadium in santa clara. >> we decided to do a little soccer tonight for the sports cast. the san jose earthquake had
by the afternoon. not going to be as warm as that. 65 degrees in san jose. 60 in san francisco, 61 degrees in santa rosa. there are warmer days on the horizon. >>> if you have to head to work this morning. at least won't have as much company as usual. this is a live look. the headlights, that's the commute direction westbound 580. the drive time outer cash lanes boomy fingering lights have not been turned out. you can see the middle fast track lights, the regular commuters getting by. all the way up the incline. we're seeing a few brake lights as we approach it it is -- tuscara bridge. and that is the check of time saver traffic. back to you guys. >> thank you, members of congress are demanding more information on the investigation of general david petraeus. he resigned last week as head of the cia after admitting to an extra marital affair. tara merger joins us from washington. >> reporter: good morning. that's right. jill kelly a long time friend of the petraeus family apparently went to the fbi several months ago with her concerns and that led o to a revelation about the affair. and now congress
state, san jose state and cal state east bay. the students say proposed new fees by csu trustees will punish students who take longer to graduate. >>> and administrators at city college of san francisco say that the passage of two measure by voters this week will help with the school's financial situation but they are not out of the woods yet. city college benefits financially from the passing of state proposition 30 which prevents further cuts to community colleges and from proposition a, that's a parcel tax to generate revenue for city college. the school has been threatened with looses it's accredit arc tion. >> we are following developing news in the east bay. traffic is heavy near the newest outlet mall. this is a live picture from news chopper 2. this is interstate 580 in livermore. most likely i'm guessing eastbound since that would be the direction from the main -- from the east bay toward the mall. there is an accident at the off ramp right near the outlet, those are the brand new outlet mall that just opened two hours ago and if you can see -- as we pan over the mall i
in livermore. 61 san francisco. and 61 degrees in san jose. as you head towards san jose, still hazy outside. it's taken a while for low clouds and fog to break up. we are still going to see clouds into the afternoon but motors of that will be high clouds. temperatures cooler at the coast with mild temperatures inland tonight low clouds and fog likely to make a return but what a weekend we have coming our way. cold front trying to move in before the ridge can build in so we are going to see a few high clouds this afternoon and that's it. then this ridge kicks into gear building this for the weekend and i think as we get into sunday we're talking about an offshore flow. that means the winds coming from the land and the sea and that means we'll heat up all the way to the coastline. for today we'll keep the temperatures down a bit but not bad. 72 in sacramento. 65 yosemite and 67 in lake tahoe. if you plan to travel around the bay today you will find sunshine and not bad temperatures 69 degrees in san jose, 70 morgan hill about 62 degrees in pacifica. and as you head toward the east bay 60s and
't deserve to be killed. >> san jose police say someone made a 9-1-1 call from the home around 5:30 in the morning and then hung up. about an hour later harper says police found his aunt 54-year-old patricia in the home dead. detectives aren't saying how she died, but they say the suspect is her husband, 50-year-old troy edwardth acenzo. his uncle is soft spoken, but he is a black belt in martial arts. once between the two of them at home and once with harper's father who has never cared for harper or his siblings. >> why did you beat up your dad? >> to teachers and him a lesson? >> why? >> take care of your kids. why should i take care of your kids? >> neighbors say police have been there several times for problems with harper and problems between his uncle and aunt fnlt. >> police believe 50-year-old troy is driving a gray 2006 chevrolet silverado puck up truck with california license plate 8l70015. he is wanted for murder. reporting live in san jose, alan wang, abc7 news. >> alan, thank you. the man who holds our nation's secrets abruptly resigned. cia director and retired gen
california city. >>> and a live look outside spanning over the south bay. that is san jose. christina loren will tell you about the crisp day outside. the news at 11:00 starts right now. >>> good morning. thanks for being with us. i' i'm marla tellez. >> i'm jon kelley. union city police investigating a bizary hiizarre death. a young man stuffed in a trash can. we have bob redell with more. >> reporter: good morning, jon. we know the lady who lives in the home behind me on tenth street made the discovery sunday morning at 11:00. as she took out the trash, she noticed a bin that wasn't hers. she found a man slouched, feet at the bottom and head at the top. she recognized him at 21-year-old joshua perez. a family friend whom she watched grow up as a kid and sometimes stayed at her house. she and other family members tried to wake him. he was unresponsive, but still alive, but arrived at the hospital and later died. >> he was a good uncle and good brother to me. he was a good son. he didn't deserve to be put in a trash can. he's not garbage. >> reporter: that's joshua's older sister who is sti
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